Thursday, July 31, 2008

Miss Willa

From one of my most favorite artists...Miss Willa is Melissa & Company's first witch of the year

Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Sneaky Peek

Coming soon to A Time for Primitives...Sweet Harvest Farms and her to die for handmade soap and potpourri.

Sunday, July 27, 2008

Carvings

Check out the carvings that Helena of Snow Pond Primitives does. Is this not great or what? I'd cut my fingers off if I tried it....but she seems to know what she is doing as you can tell by her work.

Saturday, July 26, 2008

Hand painted Rooster Soap

Inez has done it again with the great soap. What a wonderful painter she is. What a great decoration for the kitchen I think I need it!

Friday, July 25, 2008

Milk n' Honey Hand-Milled Soap

This luxurious shea butter hand milled soap is made by Starry Nites Farm.

Thursday, July 24, 2008

Great Prim Bird Note Cards

Leann of The Lion and Lamb Studio has the best Note cards. I bought 2 sets and love them she is such a wonderful artist. These are Prim Pennsylvania German Fraktur Bird cards. Set of 6 and wonderful quality paper too.

Wednesday, July 23, 2008

" On My Path"

Look at this photo...to me it just talks of fall. It was taken by Casey of Fields of View Photography and it comes with a matte already designed in for ease of framing. You can click on the picture to see more of her work.

I am Woman ...

I love this old antique masher by Out on a Whim. She accented it with one of her prim tags! The masher is 10" tall and 3 1/2" wide.

Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Jethro Tall and His Doll

Yes he was named for the Rock Star, but he can be seen in the new Country Sampler Magazine page 66. Lucy of Lucy's Lazy Dayz Primitives and I are on the same page together again. We shared ads together for years on the same page and bingo this ad that Country Sampler put together has paired us up again.
Jethro and his doll which is made of Polymer clay is for sale on my site and so is the pattern for just Jethro.

Monday, July 21, 2008

Handwoven Corn and Baskets

Kathleen of the Carolinaweaver has lots of talent. Look at this fall corn!

Sunday, July 20, 2008

Vintage Spools of Thread

Now this is a must have...pretty kewl picture too. 13 Old Wooden Spools with Thread to Collect or 4 Crafting in Autumn Colors. Click on the picture if you must have them.

Saturday, July 19, 2008

Elf Doll

Check out this Elf Doll by Rabbit Hollow Prims...I love the detail its great!

Friday, July 18, 2008

Pumpkin in a Box

This is definitely my next purchase if you dont beat me to it! David of Chicken Lips does great stuff! It makes me laugh and feel good so I love it. Click on the picture and go there to see more.

Thursday, July 17, 2008

Quilt flower Fraktur

I really think that Leann Banta of The Lion and The Lamb Studio is a terrific artist.
This is a good sized picture, a compass flower inspired by those from the 1700's and early 1800's frakturs. Click on the picture to go there and see more of her work.

Wednesday, July 16, 2008

Mouse Family Pineapple Luau

The whole Mouse Family at the Motherlode Toad Factory is getting ready for their annual family get together. This year they have decided to have a luau party down by the creek. The little mice have been put in charge of the fruit salad. Mel, Maynard, Max, Marigold and all their friends absolutely love pineapple. They decided to start their fruit salad with a great big, juicy, sweet pineapple. They have been munching their way in and all around the pineapple for the last hour. They have not only all become full but also stuck. They are covered inside and out with pineapple juice. They have been hollering for someone to come and get them out. It may take a while because everyone else is so busy getting the luau set up and the limbo dance started. Maybe it’s just time for a nice long but sticky afternoon nap! If this isn't the cutest thing I have ever seen...you can purchase this on my Wymzee Art Site. Just click on the picture and go there. Just $75.00 sent to you.

Hand Woven Utensil Basket

I found this great utensil basket. It's perfect for on the kitchen counter to hold wooden spoons and other utensils. These baskets are also great as a vase if you place a quart Mason jar inside. They make the perfect holder for sunflowers or zinnias for fall and she can do a custom trim color for you.

Saturday, July 12, 2008

Punkinhead

This cool papermache guy stands on top of an old wooden bowl that's been turned upside down and painted. Handmade by The Angel, the Witch and The Old Crow.

Skull Halloween Ornies

These are wonderful don't you think? Skull Bowl Fillers by Rabbit Hollow Prims.

Friday, July 11, 2008

Pumpkin Wind Chimes

Great Halloween wind chimes by Vickie of Momma B's Front Porch.

Thursday, July 10, 2008

Caleb & Cassandra

As the story goes Caleb and Cassandra have been dating for two years...you have to click on the picture to read the rest. But this large pumpkin is Papier Mache at it’s finest and made by The Motherlode Toad Factory...I love it!

Wednesday, July 9, 2008

Folk Art Hallowseve Candy Corn Critters Pattern

I found a cute pattern by Twisted Sisters Primitives for three candy corn critters. Looks like it would be fun and easy to make...great for craft shows.

Tuesday, July 8, 2008

A Brillante Award

I am so very grateful to Sandra ( http://babycakesdesignsspeaks.blogspot.com/ ) for her thoughtfulness in selecting me for this award.

Thanks you some much for thinking of me.... my dear friend.
Now I have the honor of selecting some other inspirational artists to pass this award to. I am naming the following inspiring and talented artists :

1. Jan...of Coffey House Collection
2. Sam ...of The Ditty Bag
3 Sherrie...of Symple Times
4. Kathleen...of The Carolina Weaver
5.Denise...of The Cats Pyjamas
6. Patty...of Swan Valley Bears
7.Verlene...of Spriggans Wood Forest

The rules for receiving this award are
1) Put the logo on your blog.2) Add a link to the person who awarded you.3) Nominate at least 7 other blogs.4) Add links to those blogs on yours.5) Leave a message for your nominees on their blogs.

Orngie, The Pumpkin Woodsie

Freehand painting on wood by Annette of Huckleberry Arts. Makes a wonderful whimisical wall hanging.

Monday, July 7, 2008

Batty Cat Witch

From a great artist Sandra of Babycakes Doodles and Designs comes another whimsical piece of art.

Sunday, July 6, 2008

Festus and Eunice

What would you do if you opened the door Halloween night and saw these two cats sitting there? New pattern from Skunk Hollow Country Store.

Saturday, July 5, 2008

Witchs Stitches Pinpoke

Check out what Denise of Sassafras Hill Primitives stitched up! A set of extra prim witchy boots and she has given them pin tuffets, laced the fronts, and stitched pockets on each side. Just too cute!

Friday, July 4, 2008

Happy Fourth of July guess what

Woke up this morning to our magazine A Time for Primitives having been updated by the server. In the process they rolled it back to last months issue and none of this month is there. Oh Joy if they didn't take a current copy of it and save it then we get to totally rebuild it again for the month of July. So if anyone visits and it looks like the same old stuff that is why.

Thursday, July 3, 2008

Jack Pumpkin

A Great fun Halloween fellow by Lucy of Lucy's Lazy Dayz Primitives. She sells the pattern for Jack too.

Wednesday, July 2, 2008

Spider Mae

I think it is time to start morphing this blog into Halloween and here is one of my all time favorite artists Verlene Brooks of Fantasy Folk. She has the best stories to go with the collectibles that she makes. This is Spider Mae a young, innocent-looking little witch with a fascination for spiders. You can tell Verlene has a time to work seriously at her art she lives in Boring, Oregon( seriously that's the name of her town LOL. Too funny!

Tuesday, July 1, 2008

Extreme Primitive Cat Doll

Well everyone knows I like cats having about 12 last count. Two indoor uppty cats and 10 barn cats (feral) but they love me I feed them! 4 of them are precious little new kitties all fluffy. Anyway, had to snag this cat for my collection. This primitive cat is by Old World Primitives.
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Erma Bombeck

In memory of Sheryl

In memory of Sheryl
and those who died on 9/11

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